Live In The Atrium – nobigdyl. – “the people we became” Tour

Ages 16 and up
Saturday, November 02
Doors: 7:30pm Show: 8pm
$26.72 to $119.30
Prices include all fees. Any applicable taxes will be added at checkout. 

VIP Includes:

·       Inclusive of a GA ticket.

·       Pre show group Q&A with nobigdyl.

·       Early access to venue.

·       Early access to merchandise. 


Deluxe VIP (VIP2) Includes:

·       Inclusive of a GA ticket.

·       M&G with nobigdyl.

·       Pre show group Q&A with nobigdyl.

·       First access to venue to secure spot closest to the stage.

·       First access to merchandise. 

album coming soon.
Aklesso Agama was born in Miami, Florida and, he is no stranger to adversity. At the age of 12, his father left to go to Africa leaving behind him, his younger sister Seeka, his older sister Katchana, and his mother Evenette, to fend for themselves. During that time period, his mother lost her job as a lawyer and had a tough time providing for them. She was still able to keep Aklesso in a private school called Dade Christian in Hialeah, FL; and because of his athletic ability, he was able to get a scholarship to the Naval Academy to run Track and Field. At the Naval Academy, he met Julian Turner who convinced him to pursue music and write about the experiences he had gone through as a child. Aklesso, who had already been rapping for fun since the age of 12, thought it would be a nice hobby to pick up. As he began to write down the things he had been through, he came to the realization that, just maybe, his words and music could make a difference in the lives of others. Soon after, he realized that the Naval Academy was not where he was meant to be so he transferred to Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA in the Fall of 2013. There he met Darius Dixon who was his teammate, roommate, and became his best friend. Darius encouraged him not only to pursue music, but also to pursue his dream of building an orphanage in Haiti. Unfortunately, Darius died December 7th, 2013 in a fatal car accident when the vehicle he was riding in struck a tree in Franklin County, Va. He was 18 and was only one month from his birthday. The death of Darius motivated him to pursue music and most importantly, Christ. A year later Aklesso founded Mondesir Hope Foundation Inc. It's mission is to give hope to those who have none, and its vision is to see the shackles of poverty abolished. The company is striving to raise funds to build an orphanage and medical clinic in Haiti, and later around the world. Aklesso’s heart for those in need stems from his experiences as a child where he knew what it meant to have little. God has blessed Aklesso with a platform to slowly change the world and impact a generation for Christ. His first project called, "Dark Days of Martin and Coretta", tells the story of his coming up. Aklesso parallels his life with that of the late Martin Luther King Jr. He talks about his journey in finding God and real issues such as: abandonment, pain, pornography, relationships, faith, death and reconciliation. With his words he paints a picture that depicts a tunnel of darkness, but at the end there is found a blinding ray of hope. This is Aklesso's first project and it combines the ingenious help of producer Erik Kingsley, better known as Junglehype and various artists to bring his art alive. It is a free project that will be released January 24th, 2015, 8 years after his father left.
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